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Covers chapter 6 from lectures. Subsequent notes will include textbook material once I have it.
These notes cover chapters 6, 7, and 8, as well as the useful constants and equations for the exam itself.
These notes start to cover chapter 6. These are the professor's slides so they are very good notes and cover what needs to be covered.
These notes continue chapter 6. These are the professor's slides so they are very reliable and good notes for what needs to be learned.
This is a huge powerpoint covering all of chapter 7 made from the professor, meaning it's very reliable notes.
These notes cover the material from lecture over chapter 10 (Chemical Bonding II) through Feb. 22, 2016. I went ahead of the class's pace, so there is some extra.
These notes cover all of chapter 10 (Chemical Bonding II: Molecular Shapes, Valence Bond Theory, and Molecular Orbital Theory) in great detail with organized pictures and diagrams.
This study guide has lots of additional examples not covered in lecture that are relevant to exam 2. There are basic notes mixed in.
These notes cover chemical kinetics up through Wednesday, March 9. I am ahead of the class in note-taking, so there's some material from the slides we haven't gotten to yet but will soon. (That's why I'm uploading them today as opposed to after Friday's lecture.)
These notes cover the entirety of Chapter 13: Chemical Kinetics in detail.
Gives an overview of topics covered with additional examples.
These notes cover all lectures on chemical equilibria in detail.
Includes additional detailed explanations and examples to help you fully understand equilibria.
This is a very long study guide with examples and detailed explanations of all topics covered in CHEM-C117 and some not covered that are considered basis material for the class. I do not recommend printing this out, but I think it is very helpful to download for referencing topics.
These notes cover all of the lectures thermodynamics.
Notes from the final C117 lecture. Gives an overview of concepts and formulas for chemical kinetics and equilibria.
Lecture covered the beginning of thermodynamics: energy and enthalpy.